Nintendo recently unveiled their upcoming Pikachu & Eevee Edition Nintendo Switch consoles but if you had one on your wish list then you might have some tough decision ahead of you…
During last night’s Nintendo Direct announcements a fancy AF Super Smash Bros. themed Switch was shown, complete with matching Joy Cons.
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Honestly, Nintendo is spoiling us here!
Check out the images and let us know – which of these will you be picking up?
Showing off the new Pokemon console, Nintendo wrote on Twitter: “Two Pokémon: Let’s Go Nintendo Switch limited hardware bundles arrive on 16/11!
“They each include a Nintendo Switch Pikachu & Eevee Edition system, the Poké Ball Plus accessory and a pre-installed version of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!”
Check them out below – will you be picking one of these up?
There’s no word on price yet, but this is one console that’s definitely going to be selling out asap. But how will it fare against the Smash console…?
The Let’s Go! games will have you capture your Pokemon in a similar way to the GO! Mobile app – by throwing Pokeballs and using items rather than weakening a Pokemon as you do in the franchise’s main titles.
The reasoning behind this is that the standard method of capturing and battling Pokemon might put new users off trying the game as the turn-based combat style can be seen as quite difficult (although really I don’t know of any 90s kid who couldn’t master the battling system…)
Although they’re not the Nintendo Switch Pokemon titles that hardcore fans of the series might have been hoping for, Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee are still highly-anticipated games, already raking in the money for Nintendo thanks to their impressive pre-sales.
Both games will release on the Nintendo Switch on 16th November 2018, and you can also pick up an edition that includes your very own Pokeball, to aid in capturing your Pokemon when you’re on the move.
Are you excited for Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee? Which edition will you be picking up?